The Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine (ATOM) will be hosting several Continuing Education Seminars for license renewal that comply with the mandatory state required hours for Medical Errors (2), Biomedical Sciences (5), Florida Laws and Rules (2) and General Hours (21). Please see our seminar flyer for specific details of each seminar.
Seats are limited, so your advance payment by Visa, MasterCard, Check or Money Order is appreciated. If you will be paying by Visa or MasterCard, please contact the Registrar at 954-763-9840 extension 207.
Outside Acupuncture Students…..$60.00
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Free Tongue and Pulse Diagnosis (if time permits)
NEXT CLASS STARTS MAY 2017
Dr. Jian Er Yu, graduated from Shanghai University of Chinese Medicine, currently serves as the director and professor of the Pediatric Institute of Shanghai Academy of Chinese Medicine. He is also the chief pediatrician in Shanghai Municipal Hospital of Chinese Medicine. Dr. Yu specializes in pediatrics of Chinese medicine and has led many research projects supported by Chinese government and national foundations. Dr. Yu has authored more than 50 research publications and compiled 3 textbooks as chief editor.
Pediatrics is one of the major clinical specialties in traditional Chinese Medicine. It is unique in theory, rich in the therapeutic methods and significant in the clinical curative effects. Dr. Yu’s course is composed of two major parts: 1) a general introduction to basic knowledge including physiological characteristics, diagnostic and therapeutic methods of Pediatrics of TCM; 2) the diagnosis and treatment of common and special diseases with TCM theory and methods.
The course objectives include
- To introduce the physiological characteristics of pediatrics.
- To familiarize students with the diagnostic methods and differentiation of syndromes.
- To teach the common terminology used in Western Medicine as well as in TCM.
- To teach students how to diagnose and treat the common diseases in pediatrics.
- To teach the students how to use acupuncture and massage for the related diseases.
Dr. Baixiao Zhao is one of the leading TCM researchers and educators in China. He received his medical training from Shaanxi College of Chinese Medicine and obtained a master degree in acupuncture and moxibustion from the same school. During 1990s he studied under Professor Jiasan Yang, a well-known acupuncture master worldwide, and received his Ph.D. in acupuncture and moxibustion from Beijing University of Chinese medicine. Dr. Zhao is currently the dean of the school of acupuncture and moxibustion, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine.
Dr. Zhao’s main research interests in Chinese medicine include 1) the role and mechanism of the burning products in moxibustion with moxa; 2) clinical research on acupuncture anesthesia and its mechanism based on craniotomy. Over the past 20 years he has led many research projects and published many research papers and books in the field of Chinese medicine. Dr. Zhao has also taught numerous courses and given presentations worldwide in acupuncture and moxibustion. He has also supervised numerous master, Ph.D. and postdoctoral students in the field.
Over the years of practice and teaching acupuncture and moxibustion, Dr. Zhao developed his own understanding and theory in diagnosis and treatment of acupuncture, the Layer Diagnosis theory and related treatment method. In this course, Dr. Zhao will teach the essential concept of the theory and discuss the basic skills of meridian examination for application of acupuncture in clinical settings. The meridian examination of each part of the body will also be included in this course.
The course objectives include
- To introduce the concept of the “Layer Diagnosis and Treatment Method” in acupuncture based on ancient classics and clinical practice
- To introduce the basic skills for meridian examination
- To familiarize students with the application of meridian examination in diagnosis and treatment of acupuncture
- To teach the students how to do diagnosis and treat the common diseases with acupuncture
- To teach the students how to use acupuncture and herbs for the common diseases
Dr. Wei-Chieh Young (a.k.a Wei Jie Yang)
Dr. Wei-Chieh Young is a direct-line disciple of Master Tung Ching-Chang, a great acupuncture master who developed well-known Tung style acupuncture. Dr. Young also received training of Chinese medicine from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and obtained doctoral degree there. He has had more than 30 years of clinical and teaching experiences with more than 300,000 patient visits and authored 30 books on various aspects of Chinese medicine.
Dr. Young was an intelligent and diligent student of Master Tung’s. He developed many new techniques and theories based on Master Tung’s teaching and Chinese classic Nei Jiang. He applied his theories to explain Master Tung’s acupuncture technique. In 1975, Dr. Young published “Zhen Jiu Jing Wei” (The Longitude and Latitude of Acupuncture and Moxibustion), the first book ever documenting Master Tung’s points with expanded theories and clinical experiences. Master Tung highly commended the work and gave his encouragement.
After Master Tung passed away, Dr. Young continues the journey of dedicating in glorifying, broadening and heightening Chinese medicine and Master Tung’s Acupuncture. The theories developed and expanded by Dr. Young and his clinical experience he shared complete the Master Tung’s Acupuncture system. With his efforts, the effect and value of Master Tung’s Acupuncture is affirmed worldwide. It becomes a popular acupuncture technique, especially in Taiwan, China, Korea and the United States.
This course is one of the two courses given by Dr. Young in ATOM. The course objectives include
- Tung’s Point: hand 11. and 22. points, foot 55. and 66. points
- Five Shu (transportation) points ( Wu Shu Xue 五輸穴)
- Application on view point of location and time of Five Shu Points
- Application on philosophy of Jing-Luo and five body tissue of Five Shu Points
- Five Shu (transportation) points
- According Five Shu Point theory to transform into “ One-Needle technique”
- Application on holographic view and Yi-Jing theory of Five Shu Points
- Young’s special experience on application of Five Shu Points
- Theory of “ One-Needle Technique”
- One Needle Technique and pain syndromes
We want to congratulate Janine Margewicz who was also appointed by Governor Scott and will join Rodney on the Florida Board of Acupuncture.
Governor Rick Scott Appoints Two to Board of Acupuncture
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, Governor Rick Scott announced the appointment of Dr. Rodney Dunetz and Janine Margewicz to the Board of Acupuncture.
Dr. Rodney Dunetz, 59, of Delray Beach, is an acupuncturist and founder of Dunetz Wellness Center. He succeeds Mary Teisinger and is appointed for a term beginning November 14, 2016, and ending October 31, 2020.
Janine Margewicz, 42, of Winter Garden, is an acupuncture physician at SunRise Acupuncture and West Orlando Acupuncture. She fills a vacant seat and is appointed for a term beginning November 14, 2016, and ending October 31, 2019.
These appointments are subject to Senate confirmation.
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Dr. Daiyi Tang graduated Chengdu University of Chinese Medicine with his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in China. He was also awarded a Ph.D. degree in 1998 in the field of integrated Chinese medicine and Western medicine from Peking Union Medical College Hospital, a well-known Western hospital in China. He also received post-doctoral training in the Department of Physiological Sciences of the Eastern Virginia Medical School specializing renal and cardiovascular diseases, including diabetes and hypertension.
Dr. Tang has many years of teaching experience in TCM programs throughout the United States, including TCM colleges located in New Mexico, New York, Minnesota and in Florida. He currently operates private practices in the Miami area and serves as an instructor at both ATOM and the Acupuncture and Massage College in Miami. Dr. Wang is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Clinical Acupuncture (an international peer-reviewed TCM journal published in the English language) and has published many research papers in his field. He specializes in treating chronic diseases of the immune system with acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.
Ft Lauderdale, FL – THE ATLANTIC INSTITUTE OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE (ATOM) is pleased to announce that, effective August 13, 2016, the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) has renewed ATOM’s status as an accredited institution for ACAOM’s maximum seven-year reaccreditation period, through August 2023. Consistent with ACAOM’s policies governing disclosures of accreditation status to the public, ATOM makes the following official disclosure:
The Master of Science in Oriental Medicine Program of the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine is accredited under Master’s degree standards, by the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM), the recognized accrediting agency programs preparing acupuncture and Oriental medicine practitioners. ACAOM is located at 8941 Aztec Drive, Eden Prairie, Minnesota, 55347; phone 952-212-2434; fax: 952-657-7068/
Daniel Wang-Yi Jiao MS, DAOM
Dr. Daniel Jiao received his MS in TCM (1993) and DAOM (2009) both from American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM). He served as commissioner and chairman for National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) for nine years and board of directors for ACTCM for twelve years. Dr. Jiao has experiences of clinical practice and teaching in Chinese medicine for more than twenty years.
TCM Neurology is one of the major clinical specialties in Chinese Medicine. It is unique in theory, rich in therapeutic methods and significant in clinical curative effects. This course is composed of two major parts: 1) a general introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the unique organs related to neurology; 2) the diagnosis and treatment of some of the major diseases based on certain symptoms in the field of neurology. A comparative study of the differences between western medicine and TCM will also be included in the course.